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Three of us had dinner on a Monday evening. The restaurant was not too crowded so the noise level allowed pleasant conversation. Two of us split the mesclun salad which was a perfect size. For entres one had the chicken and Brussels sprouts. He enjoyed it very much. One had only the gravlax as her entre. I had the quiche which was disappointing. The egg, bacon, cheese and cream center tasted fine but the crust was tough needing to be cut with a knife! Crust should be tender and flakey. This was not! Very disappointing as I had it before and it was wonderful. We shared a pear tart for dessert and it was delicious. MoreOpenTable Diner -
This restaurant is absolutely lovely. The atmosphere is soft and quiet and the service was truly wonderful. I even tipped the busboy because he is so personable. The food will leave you with a foodgasm, every thing was perfect when the homemade ice cream and sorbet. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Discover Roland Park
In the very center of Baltimore, you can find Roland Park. Sandwiched between I-83 and Johns Hopkins University, there is a relatively unknown culinary wonderland. You can certainly find everything from international delights to local pubs. Among the nearly countless styles and fusions is a Maryland specialty that stands above the rest: seafood. As good as the oysters, clam and fish dishes can be, the real crime is to spend any time in Baltimore and not feast on crab. Generations of practice and experimentation have made this the crab capital of the world. The less adventurous can start with crab cakes and crab soup, but when you’re ready to really enjoy what Roland Park can offer, you need to move on to crab Bloody Marys, crab chips and even crab desserts.